Lake Nakuru National Park

Everything from wildlife to large hunky green hills is engraved on the land of Nakuru.

The red birds and ducks in the lakes are swimming and flying around, leopard, python, and giant rhinos are wondering in the swaying grasslands, lakes are full to the brim streaming with full speed – truly the park has everything for which a traveling heart yearns for.

Getting there is also a wonderful experience because the route includes Mombasa and Tsavo West National Park. And yes, the park is only 240km far from Nairobi city center.

Another sight that a tourist should experience from the top of a cliff is the small mountain called the Baboon Cliff. From here, a natural panoramic view of Nakuru National Park can be perceived from a whole new perspective.

To travel 235km, hiring a cab or transfer could be the best option. The thrilling road trip will take about six hours maximum, but it will not be dull either because the route involves multiple national park roads and highways.

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Population

580

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Area

206

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GDP

5.9

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Exports